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Now, on to the good stuff.
A LETTER TO YOU
Thank you for purchasing this report.
This is no ordinary document. With this, you can harness the immense power of Facebook to find 1000’s of reviewers for your product. The sales and reviews will, in turn, make your product rank higher and become more profitable.
We created this report for 1 reason: to all but ensure your success on Amazon. Period. A successful private label business means more time with your family, financial security, world travel, recognition, and maybe quitting that job you’re not so crazy about.
But things are changing.
The ugly truth? Amazon is consolidating. AmazonBasics, Chinese sellers... not to mention other FBA brands. In order to make the sales that you’ve dreamed of on Amazon, you need reviews. And lots of them.
BUT with this report, you now have access to 100 targeted Facebook groups that exist to buy and review products like yours.
By investing in this guide, it’s clear that you value your time. This document is hours of grueling research packed into a concise list of 100 specific Amazon reviewer Facebook groups. You, the owner, now have a headstart because many of these groups are still unexploited by other sellers.
HOW IT WORKS
With each of the 100 entries in the report, you get:
(1) Name of the Facebook group.
Use the names provided to properly identify each group.
(2) Link to the Facebook group.
We’ve linked directly to every group in the report, which will take you straight to the group to request access. Please make sure to follow all rules required from the groups to join as a member.
(3) Membership count of the Facebook group.
Know exactly how many members each group has. This is helpful for figuring out which groups have the greatest reach, in case you don’t want to join all 100.
Using the guide is simple, you can just pick and choose which groups you’re interested in joining. With the information provided, you can easily select groups based on size or regional Amazon site (.com, .ca, .co.uk, etc.).
Once you’ve decided, you’ll need to request admission into the group. This can take some time depending on when the administrators of the groups are available.
HOW TO SUCCEED
(1) Make an offer template.
It’s easy to get started. Once you’ve figured out which groups you’d like to promote in, create a template message for the product you’d like reviewed. Be sure to include: product name, the promotional pricepoint, a product image to grab their attention, and special details (e.g. only comes in black, size XS, etc.). I’ve included a sample message you can use below.
My name is Leo. I am an Amazon seller and I was interested in having my product reviewed. It is a [your product name] and you can review the product in exchange for an honest and unbiased review for [your promotional price amount]. If you review the product you will need to be able to finish the review within [your time limit]. Please inbox me and we can go from there.
(2) Price to move.
Some reviewers are shockingly busy, receiving dozens of products for review per week. Make it worth their while. A low promotional price ($0 to $2.99, for example), makes it easier for you to sell higher volumes. Strike a balance between what you want and what the reviewer wants. Besides, it’s a long-term play. The money isn’t made during the promotion, but afterwards when the review count is up and you’re receiving organic sales as a result.
(3) Screen reviewers.
Before giving a complete stranger a copy of your product, ask to see their Amazon reviewer profile. Look for honest past reviews, a high “Helpful” percentage rating, and inclusion of mandatory evaluation disclaimers. At the bare minimum you want a reviewer who abides by Amazon’s terms of service, found here:
On the other end of the spectrum, you don’t want reviewers who will give you 5 stars without the appropriate reasons. This may be flagged by Amazon as a fake review created to manipulate the system. The review could be deleted, or the listing punished. Screening is crucial, as your listing can be damaged by irresponsible reviewers. HonestFew can allow you to select the Reviewers you want, using HonestFew Custom Fit.
(4) Follow up.
After your time period has passed, follow up with the reviewers for your hard-earned reviews. I’d recommend organizing all of the information on dates, reviewers names, profiles, and product purchases in a Spreadsheet.
If you’re starting out and you’ve got less than $125 in the company account, by all means use Facebook groups.
But as you grow, using Facebook becomes more of a liability, which is why professional sellers outsource the work to HonestFew. Here’s why.
> You don’t know who’s reviewing your product. An irresponsible reviewer could slam your product; it could be a competitor. On Facebook, you don’t know who’s out there and there’s no way to know for sure.
> Social media isn’t discreet. Most professional sellers don’t use Facebook for reviews because it ties their Facebook account directly to their Amazon product. Permanently. The secret’s out for all to see.
> Reviews aren’t guaranteed. You have no leverage to make anyone do anything. The reviewer can stop responding to your messages very easily, and then you’d have lost the time and product cost invested. If you get aggressive in following up, they may review but rate it poorly because of their feelings towards you.
> Reviews may be formatted incorrectly and without the necessary information. Most reviewers have not been educated on how to write a review that abies by Amazon’s Terms of Service. This isn’t their fault per se; it’s just something that happens. We educate our community of reviewers so they can serve you better.
> Very time-consuming because it’s manual. If you’re running your own business, your time is limited. Apply the 80/20 rule: use your time for marketing, sales, new product ideas-- not chasing reviewers. Outsource to HonestFew while you focus on growth.
> Extremely stressful. Say you want 25 new reviews. You must contact 25 individual reviewers, screen all of them for TOS-compliance, create the codes for everyone, distribute the codes, and then follow up individually. Often, people’s lives and other responsibilities trump their product reviews, so you’ll need to follow up with everyone multiple times, tracking what’s done and what isn’t. Is it worth it for just 25 reviews? Keep in mind that for many product niches as a new seller, you’ll need at least 100 reviews in order to compete with the established players. When dealing with more reviewers, the process becomes exponentially longer and more complicated.
Read more about the pros and cons here:
The Best Alternative
Hire HonestFew to fully automate the process. Here’s why:
+ Our reviewers are all screened. Our community is made up of moms, dads, bloggers, and Top Amazon reviewers who we’ve screened to write Amazon TOS-compliant reviews.
+Reviewers have 2 weeks to complete their reviews. If they do not, they will be be suspended from using our service. We have the leverage that a regular company doesn’t.
+We guarantee a 65% review rate or your money back. We’re so confident in our service that we have a money back guarantee if we don’t meet a 65% review rate.
+ We work with a community of over 11,000 reviewers. This means that we’re able to get results fast. We can get a promotion started in as little as 2 hours from when your codes become active. It takes days for a normal person to get 25. We have 11,000 ready to go.
+ We educate our reviewers. We teach our reviewers how to write reviews that abide by Amazon’s TOS, so you can have peace of mind.
+ Simply stress free. We take care of everything from there. From distributing your codes, making sure all of your codes are claimed, to collecting your reviews. There is nothing else you will need to do. It’s stress free and allows you to focus on the important parts of your business.
+Take just 5 minutes to get your promotion started. After you have sent over your product listing and your single-use claim codes, your job is done. We take care of everything from there so you can focus on what matters.
When you’re ready, skyrocket your business here. I’ll see you there.
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